[OSGeo-Discuss] FOSS4G e-Newsletter No.3

FOSS4G Seoul 2015 programme_foss4g2015 at meci.kr
Fri Jun 19 01:52:54 PDT 2015


FOSS4G e-Newsletter No. 3


EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION DEADLINE (D-3) (http://2015.foss4g.org/attending/registration/)
Early Bird Registration is just USD 440 for 3 days of main conference, and USD 100 for half-day of top notch workshops from the world’s best international presenters. Also there is special rate for participants who reside in Low or Lower-Middle Income Economies. The Early Bird discounted price will be end on June 22, 2015.

ACCEPTANCE NOTICE FOR ACADEMIC TRACK AND REGULAR TRACK PRESENTATION (http://2015.foss4g.org/programme/academic-track/)
The Academic Track and Regular Track Presentation notice has been released individually by e-mail on June 15, 2015. At least one author for each accepted abstract/poster/presentation *must* register to the conference by June 22, 2015 to be allocated in the session.

PRELIMINARY PROGRAM RELEASE (http://2015.foss4g.org/programme/presentations/)
Preliminary program schedule will be released on June 29, 2015, FOSS4G Seoul 2015 official website.


Important Dates (http://2015.foss4g.org/)
Early Bird Registration Deadline            June 22, 2015
Preliminary Program Decision                June 29, 2015
Full Paper Submission of Selected Abstracts August 15, 2015
Conference Begins                           September 14, 2015

Code Sprint (http://2015.foss4g.org/programme/code-sprint/)
The Code Sprint provides the opportunity for projects to get together to make plans, work on new features, write documentation and generally collaborate. We provide comfortable facilities with all the power and wifi you could need, it’s up to the individual projects to decide what the time is used for.
All participants are welcome. You don’t need to register or attend FOSS4G to attend the Code Sprint. Detailed information will be announced on the official website.

When & Where
• When: Saturday, September 19, 2015.
• Where: CNN the Biz Gangnam Education & Training Center #301.
(5 minutes by walk from Exit 10 of Gangnam Station, Subway Line #2)

View (http://www.openstreetmap.org/?mlat=37.50141&mlon=127.02704#map=17/37.50141/127.02704)


We would like to express our sincere gratitude to your support to the conference.
Here are our current 29 sponsors and 5 media partners.







PLACE TO GO (http://www.visitseoul.net/)
Bukchon Hanok Village (http://www.visitseoul.net/)

Bukchon Hanok Village sits between the two palaces of the Joseon Dynasty, Gyeongbokgung and Changdeokgung. Unlike other hanok villages, Bukchon was not created for tourists but it is a living village inhabited by Seoulites, comprising about 900 hanoks spread across 11 dongs (administrative sections). The reason there are so many traditional houses in this area is that many yonagbans (people from the ruling class) lived here during Joseon Dynasty(1392-1910).
The most famous part of Bukchon Hanok Village is Gahoedong-gil(Alley) in the 31, Gahoe-dong area which amazes visitors with the sight of hundreds of hanoks clustered together in midtown Seoul and with the stunning panoramic views over the city from the top of the alley.

PLACE TO EAT (http://www.visitseoul.net/)
Gwangjang Market’s Jeon Ally (http://www.visitseoul.net/)
Jeon Ally running a length of about 30 meters starting from the entrance of the market. Although this may sound quite long for such a humble food alley, several stores are stalls are crammed in along the length of it, making the idea of personal space a laughable matter. But regardless of the fact that eating here means being crammed shoulder-to-shoulder with strangers, there won’t be a single person in the whole lot with a scowl on their face. And that’s because their mouths are too busy happily munching away at bindaetteok and other varieties of jeon, or too busy gulping down bowls full of markgeolli. The combination of jeon and makgeolli is so universally enjoyed you’ll see all kinds of people eating here.
* In front of Exit 9 of Jongno 5(o)-ga Station, Subway Line #1

For further inquiries, please contact the Secretariat of FOSS4G Seoul 2015 at foss4g2015-info at osgeo.org (mailto:foss4g2015-info at osgeo.org) mailto:foss4g2015-info at osgeo.org

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